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Old March 23rd, 2009, 08:59 AM
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I'll second Superbright LED. I've done all my lights but the turn signals.
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Old March 23rd, 2009, 01:43 PM
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Ok, shooting from memory...

The Fuel, Temp & Speedo Gauges use the T13-G6. (Speedo uses 2)

The Tach Uses a BA9S-G4.

The Defroster, Hazard & Heated Windscreen use 1 74-G & 1 74-R each.

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Old March 23rd, 2009, 02:12 PM
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Bill, I forgot to mention. The bulbs are slightly too large to fit the holders in some of the gauges. What I did was unscrew the holders, held them in a pair of pliers and ran a drill through them to enlarge them slightly and remove the flats on the inside, then they fit just fine. I also put an o-ring around the socket before installing it into the holder to ensure they wouldn't work themselves out over bumps.
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How about a source for those nifty square LED's????
I believe they are available on ebay.com.au (look for led trailer lights) but this is the manufacturer's website:

http://ledautolamps.com/product-details.php?pid=31

technical info:
http://ledautolamps.com/images/produ...s%20Triple.pdf

The lights are a little deeper than what fits in our rubberized housings so they needed to be trimmed down and the rubber housing has to be trimmed as well. Took an hour or so to do properly.
They come with a bezel surround that you will discard. The required part numbers:
1 x 100BARWM
1 x 100AM
1 x 100RM

Including shipping they were about $200
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Old June 26th, 2009, 06:35 PM
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Ok, shooting from memory...

The Fuel, Temp & Speedo Gauges use the T13-G6. (Speedo uses 2)

The Tach Uses a BA9S-G4.

The Defroster, Hazard & Heated Windscreen use 1 74-G & 1 74-R each.

I don't remember if your switches are the same style, or what they control though. Also, the 110 clock is entirely different, so I am not sure if the bulb would be the same, but I doubt it.

I know you don't have the heated windscreen, and I think you have a rear wiper switch instead, but I think the switch itself is different too, so I don't know if the bulbs will be the same. I am fairly certain of the instrument bulbs though.
These part numbers the same for 1997 NAS?
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Old June 26th, 2009, 11:38 PM
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How about those cool SVX tailights, where can those be found?
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Ok, shooting from memory...

The Fuel, Temp & Speedo Gauges use the T13-G6. (Speedo uses 2)

The Tach Uses a BA9S-G4.

The Defroster, Hazard & Heated Windscreen use 1 74-G & 1 74-R each.

I don't remember if your switches are the same style, or what they control though. Also, the 110 clock is entirely different, so I am not sure if the bulb would be the same, but I doubt it.

I know you don't have the heated windscreen, and I think you have a rear wiper switch instead, but I think the switch itself is different too, so I don't know if the bulbs will be the same. I am fairly certain of the instrument bulbs though.

Ok, so I have the above LEDs installed in the gauges/dash. Here's the problem.

I have one LED left to put in (the defroster, gauges are done), all new LEDs are shining bright, turn off the dash lights to go grab a drink, come back about 5 minutes later, turn on the dash lights and they aren't working anymore. Head lights work, no fuses blown, no loose connections in immediate view. Why would they work one minute then decide not to the next? Could this be a bad relay? Any ideas?
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I believe they are available on ebay.com.au (look for led trailer lights) but this is the manufacturer's website:

http://ledautolamps.com/product-details.php?pid=31

technical info:
http://ledautolamps.com/images/produ...s%20Triple.pdf

The lights are a little deeper than what fits in our rubberized housings so they needed to be trimmed down and the rubber housing has to be trimmed as well. Took an hour or so to do properly.
They come with a bezel surround that you will discard. The required part numbers:
1 x 100BARWM
1 x 100AM
1 x 100RM

Including shipping they were about $200
Well, diggin' up an old thread because I need new tail lights on my '94 because the bulb holders are busted and I figure I might as well go LED. These lights from LED Autolamps are exactly what I need, but I don't see 'em on ebay anymore. The links above are no longer valid but the website is still up and those part numbers are in the catalog. Anybody know where these might be available? Or something similar? I emailed the company, but I have a poor record of getting responses from emails sent to addresses listed on websites.
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